Are teachers not to be trusted?
The Israeli mobile GPS startup Waze has another mega-suitor in Silicon Valley, with Google reportedly joining the bidding war and topping the $1 billion offer rumored to be coming from Facebook. What is it, really, about this mapping app that's drawing acquisition prices as high as — if not higher than — Instagram and Tumblr?
The social network's newest addition just doesn't feel right
U.S. visitors have dropped and people are spending less time on the site
A Connecticut attorney general is dropping a complaint about facial recognition
Here's a really big hint: It has something to do with privacy
TechCrunch found a version of an iPad app hidden in the Facebook iPhone app
Has the social network made a mistake by deleting pseudonymous profiles en masse?
The twins are not getting any more money out of Mark Zuckerberg
But it's still nowhere near Facebook's 750 million users
With its first acquisition, Fridge, the social network shows it means business
A Google designer explains how the social network stands out
The social media giant is making an effort to reach out to Republican party candidates
In social networking it's kill or be killed. Will the new network best its competitors or fail?
A leaked site shows Microsoft is working on some sort of new Internet project
Some etiquette for journalists on how to act on the Internet
The social network added new privacy setting so users no longer have to declare their gender
The Facebook founder will be eating his irony pie for at least a week now
The social media site's growth presents a real threat to its main competitor
Paul Ceglia's former neighbors and classmates really don't like him
One investor who missed his chance to invest early says it was just a "generational thing"
The social network now offers video chat
But is it enough to beat Google, Amazon and Apple?
Everybody's excited about Obama's Twitter town hall. But what's the real deal?
Commentators quibble with her outlook on the business world's gender gap
In one version of the future of television, you never need to leave the Google ecosystem
The social gaming company is opening itself up to scrutiny with it's massive IPO
Not much engagement on Google+ from the company's top execs
The amount of money raised could be beat Google's record setting IPO in 2004
The search giant has been secretly building the new social network for over a year
Furor over Yair Netanyahu's Facebook post: "Terror has a religion and it is Islam"
They want to know if Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence"
The twins decided not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court for more money
The social network temporarily removes Ebert's Facebook page
People love reading about leaks, and they love reading about Facebook.
A veteran of the Clinton administration, Lockhart will be VP of Global Communications
But growth is slowing at the social network after millions stop logging in
The feature has been live in the U.S. for six months with little outrage
Andrew Breitbart claims Weiner sent the pic to young woman he met online
Broadcasting regulators don't want to give the two giants a competitive advantage
"The contract is a cut-and-paste job, and this entire lawsuit is a fraud."
The Netscape co-founder gets taken down a notch for his bullish financial outlook
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